As fast as the PUBG lawsuit came so it went. PUBG Corp. has apparently dropped their lawsuit against Epic Games and the Fortnite Battle Royale game. Bloomberg notes that the lawsuit, which began in January and I could have sworn I put up a news post about, has been withdrawn from the South Korean court system in which it was originally placed.

Neither PUBG nor their legal representation have issued a statement as to why the lawsuit was withdrawn but I would assume it was because they realized just how silly that lawsuit actually is. Epic also did not issue any statement about this new development.

As Bloomberg continues to point out, both PUBG Corp. and Epic Games Korea are partially owned by Tencent. Back in January, PUBG said that Fortnite "mimicked many of the characteristics of its own title." The lawsuit against Epic came shortly after PUBG Corp. sued Netease for their games Rules of Survival and Knives Out.